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Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced today, January 3, that the team has assigned forward Anders Bjork to Providence.

Bjork has appeared in 28 games for Boston this season, tallying four goals and eight assists for 12 points with a plus-two rating. Bjork made his NHL debut on October 5 against the Nashville Predators in Boston where he tallied his first NHL assist and point. The forward later recorded his first NHL goal on October 14 vs. the Coyotes in Arizona.

Before turning pro, Bjork served as an alternate captain for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in 2016-17, finishing the year with 21 goals and 31 assists for 52 points, all of which were career highs. Bjork played for three seasons at Notre Dame, appearing in 115 games (2014-2017) accruing 40-69=109 totals with a plus-42 rating.

Prior to attending Notre Dame, ‪Bjork spent two seasons in Ann Arbor, Michigan with the U.S. National Team Development Program from 2012-14, skating in 117 games and compiling 33 goals and 32 assists for 65 points with 58 penalty minutes and a plus-21 rating.

The Boston Bruins signed Bjork to an entry level contract on May 30, 2017.

The 6-foot,186-pound Mequon, Wisconsin native was selected by the Bruins in the fifth round (146th overall) of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.

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Boston Bruins starting goalie Tuukka Rask has been diagnosed with a concussion and is out indefinitely, the team said.

Rask was injured in a collision with rookie forward Anders Bjork during practice Wednesday. He needed assistance to leave the ice.

Anton Khudobin started in goal against the Canucks on Thursday. Zane McIntyre was brought up from Providence to serve as Khudobin’s backup.

Center Patrice Bergeron made his season debut Thursday after being sidelined by a lower-body injury. Coach Bruce Cassidy had called Bergeron a game-time decision after Bergeron wore a non-contact jersey during the morning skate.

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Anders Bjork is on the board.

After watching fellow rookies Jake DeBrusk and Charlie McAvoy get their first career goals out of the way during the season opener, Bjork finally tallied his on Saturday night in Arizona.

The winger took a slick cross-ice, slap-pass from DeBrusk and fired home a one-timer on the power play with just 1:24 remaining in the Bruins 6-2 win over the Coyotes.

“It’s an amazing feeling,” said Bjork. “It’s nice that we got some opportunity on the power play there and created some chances. It was a great play by Jake to give me the puck backdoor and I had the whole net open, so was fortunate to be in the right spot there. A pretty good feeling.”

Bjork, who notched his first career point with an assist on Opening Night, is hoping that getting the milestone out of the way can clear the way to playing a simpler game.

“Especially after a few games, you start thinking about it too much,” said Bjork. “So it’s really nice to get it out of the way and just focus on playing hockey and playing the right way.”

There was hardly a Tim Schaller shift on Saturday night during which he went unnoticed. Each time Schaller hit the ice, he was around the puck and seemed to come close to finding the back of the net.

His furious effort was rewarded with just over three minutes to go in the third period when he banged one home for his second goal in as many games. The tally, assisted by his linemates Danton Heinen and Sean Kuraly, came just 23 seconds after Arizona cut the Bruins lead to 4-2 and capped a strong night for Boston’s fourth line.

Schaller finished with four shots on goal and seven shot attempts in just over 15 minutes of ice time.

“It’s what we’re looking for,” said Cassidy. “We feel it’s good for us if we can have a glue line, especially when we’re missing players that we’re trying to replace. This is an opportunity for some players and they took advantage of it tonight.

“Good for them because they’re gonna get quality minutes if they can do that every night.”

Heinen, meanwhile, went on to assist on Bjork’s goal just under two minutes later and finished the night with a game-high five shots on goal in 15 minutes, 41 seconds of ice time. It was his first career multi-point game.

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Anton Khudobin made his first start of the season and stopped 29 of the 31 shots he faced. Tuukka Rask is expected back between the pipes on Sunday in Vegas.

“He’s done his job,” said Cassidy. “And that’s what we want – give us a chance to win. He got some run support tonight…he battled and good for him. We needed it.”